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Weird Movies & Disney: March ’17 in Film

As far as movie-watching goes, I really wasn’t all that active this month. Most of the blame could probably go to this new job I’ve had and the extra hours I’ve been putting into getting trained for the position. It’s … Continue reading

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#52FilmsByWomen: Mustang (2015) – dir. Deniz Gamze Ergüven

Mustang is a terrific film from first-time director(!) Deniz Gamze Ergüven, who is of German and Turkish descent. As such, Mustang deals primarily with how five young orphaned sisters deal with the strict stranglehold of their small, conservative Turkish village. This … Continue reading

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